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Two University of Cincinnati researchers will present interdisciplinary research at a national conference on planning and development of communities.
Results of a year-long study by the University of Cincinnati on the physical, economic and aesthetic impact of on-premise signs will be presented at the National Signage Research and Education Conference.
University of Cincinnati analysis of a survey of more than 100,000 North American households shows that signage plays a vital role in communicating with consumers, second only to television as a source of new-product information.
Using something called “inertial microfluidics,” University of Cincinnati researchers are able to safely separate and collect concentrated volumes of fragile prostate cancer cells from small sample batches.
“Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” the best-selling novel of the 19th century, has had an enduring impact on film and popular culture.
Although society’s perception might be that surgeons endure greater mental challenges and stress in their work duties than a primary care doctor.
A new study has found that college students could be undermining their own education by not getting enough sleep.
Generations of American women have turned to door-to-door sales when a male-dominated workforce and lack of education prevented them from entering the workforce.
A new study supports the use of a DNA-based "biomarker" blood test as a complement to the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test currently offered to screen men for prostate cancer.
Infants who live in "moldy" homes are three times more likely to develop asthma by age 7â€”an age that children can be accurately diagnosed with the condition.